Allen Conway Appointed President of Cenveo Resale Segment
Press release from the issuing company
ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Aug. 30 -- Cenveo, Inc., one of North America's leading providers of visual communications services, today announced that Allen Conway, executive vice president for the resale custom division of Cenveo, has been appointed to the position of president of the Cenveo resale segment doing business as Quality Park. In addition, Bob Hart, current president of the resale segment, has accepted a position as special assistant to the chairman. In his new role, Mr. Hart will be responsible for working with the organization to implement a company-wide quality improvement initiative and to drive execution of key business improvement opportunities. The change will be effective September 1, 2004.
"This is a win-win situation for Cenveo," said Paul Reilly, chairman, president, and CEO of Cenveo, Inc. "Allen Conway is a life-long veteran of the industry with a tremendous track record of delivering profitable results. We are delighted Bob has postponed his retirement to focus on key strategic initiatives."
Mr. Conway assumes his new role from his most recent position as the executive vice president of the Cenveo resale segment's custom division. Previously, he has held a succession of leadership roles with Cenveo, each with increasing levels of responsibility. Mr. Conway has been with Cenveo and its predecessor companies for 26 years, starting at Discount Labels (now a Quality Park brand) where he began his career inventing production equipment and helped propel the business to becoming America's largest custom label printer.
"I'm honored to have been selected to fill Bob Hart's shoes. He has done a tremendous job positioning the resale segment as one of the top suppliers to the distributor and reseller market," said Allen Conway. "In addition, I look forward to working closely with Bob during the transition period."
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